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Sylvia Hatchell makes a habit of
winning. Year in and year out,
the Carolina women's basketball
coach faces rigorous competition
on the court from some of the
toughest opponents in the game.
Last May, Coach Hatchell faced
an off-the-court concern with
ovarian cancer, and she emerged
Doctors at Carolina's Lineberger
Comprehensive Cancer Center
diagnosed Coach Hatchell's con-
dition early and surgically re-
moved the tumor. The tumor
was found to be benign, and the
outlook is great. And Coach
Hatchell is still leading her team
to success on the court.
Women sbasketball head coach Sylvia Hatchell
leads her team on the court. Off-the-court,
the coacb is helping lead the fight against
Impressed and grateful for the expert care at Lineberger, Coach Hatchell
now advocates for ovarian cancer awareness and research at the Center. The
Center's faculty treat cancer patients, conduct research into the causes of can-
cer, develop and direct programs in cancer prevention and train future physi-
cians and scientists.
Coach Hatchell is donating $5 to the Center for every season ticket sold for
the 2000-2001 women's basketball season. Support the Tar Heels, and help
the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center continue to make strides
against cancer. Contact the development office for information on funding
opportunities - (919) 966-5905.
School of Medicine
Campus Box 7295 · Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7295
(919)966-5905 . Fax (919)966-9727 · http://cancer.med.unc.edu
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THE JOHNSTON CENTER
Silent Sam is watching the front yard. Three
minutes into the conversation, whatever
you came to talk about is back in the dust
somewhere. The first University Distin-
guished Professor of Honors is not so
much doing these days as he is just being.
''I'm not on anybody's payroll;' says
William. C. Friday ' 48 (LLB). "I'm having
a good time."
Still busy with the foundation that is
distributing the tobacco settlement
money, and co-chair of the Knight Com-
mission probing collegiate athletics, Fri-
day's real job is to serve as a small crown
on the top ofthe Johnston Center.
"We received every freshman class
right down there on that concrete walk-
way. It's still the beauty spot of the cam-
pus. This is where people immediately get
the heartbeat again. Eighteen hours a day
this place is working now."
Friday goes around the corner to speak
to a class on the history of the University
and its place in higher education. It's a full
hour of old school in a new schoolhouse:
The day in 1966 when two Communists
had to stand on the town side if that wall to
address UNC students was my most embar-
rassing day as an administrator here.
Bill Friday greeted freshmen here as the UNC
president. He's back as the first University
Distinguished Professor of Honors.